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  1. Thank you, Stephan! Actually I am not only new to panda but also to Java Script in general and I didn't think about the Java Script console. Hitting F12 quickly revealed my mistake. I assumed that I can just put my pictures in the media subdirectory, because that's how it was for the example code that was included when I downloaded panda from That seems to work for static images but not for animations. I just put the pictures in the root directory and it worked without any further changes.
  2. Hey people, I'm new to panda and just started playing around. So if I change the picture of the default main.js it shows just fine, but as soon as I try to use an animation (same code as from the official example) I just see the background. Only thing I changed is the pictures (my own and from 3 pics to 2 pics). Has anyone a clue why that might happen? I downloaded the latest version of pandajs and used the local webbrowser of WebStorm IDE, but also tried Apache Web Server. But no difference. Thx for your help. game.module( 'game.main' ) .body(function() { game.createScene('Main', { backgroundColor: 0xb9bec7, init: function() { var anim = new game.Animation('1.png', '2.png'); anim.animationSpeed = 0.2;; anim.addTo(game.scene.stage); } }); });